Navarro, from 2004 through 2012, hit 41 homers in 2239 PA -- that's a 1.8% HR-rate. In 2013, he has hit 3 homers in 59 PA, a 5.1% HR-rate.
Navarro's offense went from 66 wRC+ to 131 wRC+ in a single afternoon. His 2013 HR-rate is now at 9.5%.
He is still average at framing, not-good at throwing out runners, and terrible at blocking pitches. Maybe he can play first base?
And maybe Joey Votto will accept a job as hitting coach?
SP David Price for 1B / hitting coach Joey Votto.
*clicks "Force Trade"*